In Loving Memory Of
Ronald LeBlanc
January 31, 2024

Memramcook, NB – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Ronald LeBlanc, 68, that occurred on January 31st, 2024, at the Moncton Hospital.  

He was the son of the late Ernest LeBlanc and the late Rita (Roy) LeBlanc.  

He will be sadly missed by his wife of 48 years, Roxanne LeBlanc; his daughter, Nicole LeBlanc (Chris Robichaud) of Moncton; his two brothers: Armand (Val) LeBlanc and Eric (Pat) LeBlanc both of Memramcook; his eight sisters: Diane (late Jean) LeBlanc of Moncton, Jeanette (late Al) Steeves of Amherst, Annette (Conrad) Vanderfluit of Springhill, Anita (Gerry) LeBlanc of Lakeville, Theresa (Jamie) Morrison of Moncton, Majella (Wyatt) Remington of Slave lake, Yvonne (Chris) Moore of Salisbury, and Edith (Roland) Cormier of Pre-d’en-Haut; as well as several nieces and nephews.

Ron lived a full life. He loved being a carpenter, from framing houses to building high rises and everything in between. After retiring due to health issues, he continued to enjoy woodworking, making scale models of heavy construction equipment. He also spent time with his brothers, Eric and Armand, sharing laughs and knowledge while building miniature structures that decorate our yards.

Ron was a Boy Scout leader, loved to go camping, planted hundreds of trees, and attended a Jubilee or two. Being outdoors was his happy place.

Dogs were always welcome companions. I think Snuffy was his favourite. They enjoyed long drives and walking in the woods.

His good nature, hearty laughs, and the occasional teasing of his sisters around the poker table will be greatly missed.

Thank you to all his caregivers over the years – Dr Gagnon, Dr Cormier and all the staff at UMF Dieppe; Pharmacists and staff at Dieppe Guardian; the many specialists who provided care and surgeries; the home care staff of the Extramural Program; and the dedicated and caring professionals at the Moncton Hospital Oncology ward.

There will be a gathering held at the Passage-Chartersville Funeral Cooperative, (363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB, 506-857-1901) on Sunday, February 4th, 2024, from 2 to 4 pm.

In memory of Ronald, a donation can be made to the Adeline Vet Clinic Emergency Fund, the Food Depot Alimentaire, or the Scouts Canada.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:
www.funerairepassagefuneral.ca

Arrangements under the professional care of
Passage – Chartersville Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre.

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7 comments

  1. Roxanne, so very sorry for your loss. Stay strong. One day at a time.

  2. My deepest condolences to Nicole, Chris, Roxanne and everyone who had the privilege of knowing Ron, or as I called him, “Pa”. He may not have been my biological father, but he sure treated me like a daughter. I’m eternally grateful for the memories I have of your family. Rest in peace.

  3. To Diana and the whole family, our deepest condolences during these hard times.

  4. My condolences to the whole family, especially Roxanne. I knew Ron for a long time, ever since he was a teenager. He was a very kind and very funny man at times, he loved to laugh…. I will always remember his laughter and his wit….!!!

  5. To Yvonne, Chris and your extended family,
    Our sincere condolences for this precious and sudden loss. When the pain subsides in awhile, wonderful memories will help to brighten these dark days………..

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